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Flint House Archaeological Report, 2002 — 2003:
Tales from the Glenville Woods

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[This information is from pp. 35-36 of Flint House Archaeological Report, 2002 — 2003: Tales from the Glenville Woods by Stephen D. Jones, Ph.D., RPA, and others, and is reproduced here with his permission.]

X. Bibliography

Beers, Sidney N., and Daniel G. Beers
1866: New Topographical Atlas of the Counties of Albany and Schenectady, New York. Stone & Stewart, Philadelphia.
Burke, Thomas E., Jr.
n.d.: Mohawk Frontier. Cornell University Press, Ithaca.
Diagram of Conveyance in the Sanders Est.
n.d.: Diagram of Conveyance in the Sanders Est., Glenville, N.Y. Map on file at Schenectady County Clerk's Office.
Fagan, L.
1856: A Map of Schenectady County, New York. Duncke and Keil, New York.
HAA (Hartgen Archeological Associates, Inc.)
2002: Phase IA Literature Review and Archaeological Sensitivity Assessment and Phase IB Archaeological Field Reconnaissance, Town of Glenville, Schenectady County, N.Y. On file at OPRHP, Waterford, NY.
Howell, George R., and John H. Munsell
1886: History of the County of Schenectady, N.Y., from 1662-1886. W.W. Munsell & Co., Publishers, New York.
Johnson, Mark
2004: Number of New York Farms Continues to Decline. Daily Gazette June 30:B4.
Karis, Adrienne
1976: Reese Homestead. Building-Structure Inventory Form on file at Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation, Waterford, NY.
Map Works, Inc.
1996: Automobile Association of America Albany/Schenectady/Troy New York CitiMap. Map Works, Inc., Rochester, NY.
Pearson, Jonathan, and others
1883: A History of the Schenectady Patent, edited by J.W. MacMurray. [publisher not given], Albany, NY.
Pierpont, Robert N.
1997: The Flint House, Scotia, New York. Building Survey on file at Village Hall, Village of Scotia, NY.
Reid, W. Max
1979 [1901]: The Mohawk Valley. Harbor Hill Books, Harrison, NY.
Saturday Globe
1901: Murdered for His Money. [Utica] Saturday Globe, Schenectady Edition June 1:XXI,3.
Sebring, Lewis B.
1902: Map of Riverdale Plat, Scotia. Map on file at Schenectady County Clerk's Office.
Stoller, James H.
1911: Glacial Geology of the Schenectady Quadrangle. Museum Bulletin No. 154. New York State Museum, Albany.
Sweet, A.J.
1931: Official Map, Village of Scotia, Town of Glenville, New York. R.H. Randall & Co., Inc. [location not given].
U.S.A.C.E.
1956: Charts of New York Canals. U.S. Lake Survey, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit.
U.S.D.A.
1952: Schenectady County, New York, Aerial Photographs. United States Department of Agriculture [location not given].
1978: Soil Survey of Montgomery and Schenectady Counties New York. Soil Conservation Service, United States Department of Agriculture [location not given].
U.S.G.S.
1998: Geology of the Conterminous United States at 1:2,500,000 Scale — A Digital Representation of the 1974 P.B. King and H.M. Beikman Map. U.S.G.S. Digital Data Series DDS-11, Release 2. United States Geological Survey [location not given].
Van Epps, Percy M.
1929: The Indian Occupation of Glenville, New York. In History of Glenville, edited by H. Van der Veer and W.W. Baird [unpaginated]. Town of Glenville, NY. [The edited volume is undated; 1929 is the date of the original article.]
1940: Stories and Legends of Our Indian Paths. In History of Glenville, edited by H. Van der Veer and W.W. Baird [unpaginated]. Town of Glenville, NY. [1940 is the date of the original article.]
1998: The Van Epps Papers, 3rd edition, edited by "The Town Board." Town of Glenville, NY.
Wild, A.
2003: A Plan of Schenectady. Obtained 2/7/03 from www.schenectadyhistory.org/maps/citymap1750_200.jpg.
Yates, Austin A.
1902: Schenectady County, New York, Its History to the Close of the Nineteenth Century. New York History Company [location not given].

Note: Deeds and mortgages are not listed above; they are available at the office of the Schenectady County Clerk and at the Hall of Records in Albany. Other manuscripts are said to be at the New York State Museum, but I had no luck with their archives.

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